UK - Deutsche Asset Management's (DAM) Adrian Frost has left the firm after 18 years.
Formerly head of UK equities, Frost decided to leave DAM at the end of a six month sabbatical, which began in March.
The firm said he is leaving his options open and will not be joining another company. Whilst on sabbatical, Frost’s responsibilities were given to John Wood, a member of the UK equities team. The management of the UK equity income trust was handed over to Graham Ashby, also a member of the UK equities team.
By Janet Du Chenne
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